You know your host is bach-ing it when…

Partially eaten dessert.
Partially eaten dessert.

A couple of days ago we played some Bridge with Norm and Howard. Norm is the guy that started us playing. We’re grateful to him for taking us on as a project. To thank him for his help Burt made dinner. Norm’s a bachelor this month. His wife is visiting her 93 year old mother in Sweden. Roxanne does most of the cooking. Norm says she left him a bunch of pre-made meals but he can’t find them. Talk about helpless. After a few hours of cards Burt whipped out some fish Vera Cruz. The cards were okay but dinner was very good. A fresh fish in tomato and orange and olive sauce over brown rice. Beet salad was on the side. Immediately after eating Howard, Burt, and I bade Norm good night. It had been a long day. Half way down the driveway we heard Norm yelling. “Wait, wait…I forgot I have dessert! I have a danish, and a half a donut, and a piece of cake with three bites out of it.” Unable to resist such a tempting offer the three of us turned around to see. How could we resist such salesmanship? Much to our surprise Norm had accurately described his dessert offering. There it was. A half a donut. A danish. And a piece of cake with three bites previously removed. The fork marks were still visible.

Signalling in Bridge is illegal. This means loser.
Signaling in Bridge is illegal. This means I am a loser.
Huntsman spider at Bridge. Notice the flat egg sac and perhaps her boyfriend.
Huntsman spider at Bridge. Notice the flat egg sac and perhaps her boyfriend.
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4 thoughts on “You know your host is bach-ing it when…”

  1. I would have happily eaten all three desserts! does not matter that they were previously tasted.

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